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Ask A Captain week 11 Feature: Captain Aaron Remy

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For all of our Searcher friends who have been filling the “Ask A Captain!” inbox with emails wanting to know more about our captains, this is for you! This “Ask A Captain!” features an integral part of our Searcher family, Captain Aaron Remy!  He’s been described as a Renaissance man and a “5-tool player,” possessing creative ingenuity and hilarious wit.  He’s also our only Searcher captain who landed a fish on our deck before he even turned 10!

Captain Aaron has been fishing since he was 5 years old and comes from a family whose history is entwined with both San Diego sportfishing as well as with Searcher.  His grandfather, Mitch, was cook for several years on Searcher, and Aaron has just started his 15th year as a member of Team Searcher!

For the current season, he has already put in over 100 days on the water, and is proud of it! He’s got a passion for fishing that is contagious and has built a solid reputation for dependability, trust, and skill.

Aaron is one of the tops in the industry in the next generation of sportfishing. He excels in and has great enthusiasm for all aspects of our business. He’s like a 5-tool player in baseball: he can do it all and he can do it well. He’s a great rod and reel fisherman, a great boat operator/navigator, he’s wonderful with customers and is mechanically inclined (he can fix anything!), and he’s got good interactions with the crew. He is well-respected throughout the fleet by his peers. Aaron has an incredible knack for learning how to catch fish and has learned from some of the best long-range captains in the fleet.”

-Captain Art Taylor

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Captain Aaron and a yellowtail at age 10 on Searcher, sportfishing was in his blood!

Fast Facts about Captain Aaron:

  • Grew up in: San Diego County
  • Favorite High School Subject: Physics
  • Best day on Searcher: First day, first trip of the season, every year!
  • Favorite color: Anything camo!
  • Dream Vacation: Argentina
  • Top item on his Christmas list: Add to his decoy collection
  • Favorite fish: Largemouth bass
  • Wish List fish: Peacock bass
  • Favorite Candy: Swedish Fish
  • Favorite Drink: Sweet tea
  • Favorite Pastime: Hunting
  • Surprising Hobby: Raising chickens

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It’s unanimous! Searcher passengers and crew (even Aaron himself) agree that his “spirit animal” is a duck, so it’s no surprise he loves spending time with them when he’s on land. (He does look a lot like a Northern pintail!)


This year’s “Captain Aaron Special” will happen during Trip 30.  Our already awesome 7-day Accurate/Seeker-sponsored trip with Gary Gillingham will be enhanced with some of Captain Aaron’s favorite things!

Booked on the trip? Get your camo gear and Swedish fish packed and ready to go!


Thanks to all of our Searcher friends for continuing to send in such interesting questions! Special thanks to Captains Aaron and Art for the interviews!

Did you know? You can “Ask A Captain!” about anything, including tackle.  Want to hear an amazing fish story?  Send in a question to Captain Kenny!  Got a question about how we keep the laughter rolling on deck?  Ask Captain Ryan!  Wondering about Baja?  Inquire with Captain Art!  Need a tip from a gentleman farmer?  Query Captain Aaron!  Want to know how to achieve epic facial hair?  Ask Captain Joe for his secret!

How does “Ask A Captain” work?

Got a question for the Searcher captains?  They want to answer!  Captains Art, Aaron, Kenny, Joe and Ryan are waiting for you to send in a question for them!

Each individual who submits a question to our Searcher captains will be entered into a monthly drawing for a FREE tackle swag bag, courtesy of our generous sponsors. The next prize drawing will be held on October 31!

Submit your question via email to jen@searchersportfishing.com with “Ask A Captain!” in the subject line.  I’ll hunt down answers from our captains and post for all to see. Selected questions and answers will be posted every week on www.searchersportfishing.com and Facebook.

What are you waiting for?  Send in your question before Oct. 31!  Good luck!

-Jen 🙂

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